Target: Ban Ki-moon, Secretary General of the United Nations
Goal: Issue stronger protection to the global wildlife population.
Over the past 40 years, humanity has slowly whittled away at the wildlife population through hunting, poaching, wholesale slaughter, deforestation, and other environmentally unfriendly factors such as pesticides and chemicals contaminating the plant and water supply of the planet. As of right now, we have killed off half the global wildlife population due to these practices.
We must put an end to this. We have done far too much damage to the planet, and especially to the many animal species that once made their homes here. Deforestation deprives woodland creatures of their natural habitat, polluted water is harming the aquatic population, and too many species are critically endangered due to hunters and poachers. This cannot continue, or within the next several years we run the risk of killing off entire species for good.
Animals are living creatures who have just as much of a right to live here as we do, and some are even beneficial to our well-being. We must do far more to protect these creatures and to give them a chance to repopulate their species. Sign this petition to demand this global wildlife genocide be stopped.
Dear Secretary General Ban Ki-moon,
Thanks to overfishing, hunting, poaching, and other practices, humanity has decimated half the global wildlife population. It has been a slow decline over the past 40 years, and it shows no sign of stopping anytime soon. Entire species are going extinct or losing their homes thanks to humanity’s greed and carelessness. We cannot let this go any further, or we run the risk of losing all wildlife within another several years.
We must do more to protect the animals that surround us. They are living creatures who are not only undeserving of such horrible fates, but are beneficial to our well-being and environment. Please implement and enforce stronger laws of protection and bans on hunting, poaching and other dangerous practices. Please help us save the global wildlife from outright extinction.
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Photo Credit: Kydd Pollock